If you have bought a 2017 Infiniti QX30 vehicle and you are worried that you have bought a lemon, California Lemon Law Center offers full professional advice. While we understand this Infiniti to be a great family car, there have been several concerns about some of the vehicle’s main components.
The following complaints have been reported from drivers of the 2017 QX30 who believe that they have been sold a lemon car:
Like some other models of Infiniti, the navigation system on the 2017 QX30 has received several complaints. With this particular model, drivers have seen the whole navigation system go blank without cause. This fault means that there is often limited visibility for drivers and can become a serious issue if on the highway.
Engine problems are one of the most commonly reported complaints with the 2017 QX30. Many drivers have seen the check engine light pop up, and the engine loosing power. This can be a safety concern and should be brought up with the dealer immediately.
Other complaints raised with the 2017 Infiniti QX30 include reports of slow windscreen wipers causing poor visibility, jerking upon acceleration, and poor spaced brakes and accelerators.
NHTSA Vehicle Safety Recall
The NHTSA has issued three recalls for the 2017 Infiniti QX30 due to the following faults:
- Inadvertent Driver Air Bag Deployment
- Possible Driver-Side Curtain Airbag Non-Deployment
- Possible Passenger Airbag Non-Deployment
All air bag related issues are very serious can cause injury or death.
California Lemon Law Center will work with you and the manufacturer to get a full refund for your defective vehicle.
To get support from the best Lemon Law lawyer Los Angeles has to offer contact the team at California Lemon Law Center today for a full analysis and assessment of your case.
What To Do If Your 2019-2023 Infiniti QX30 Has Been Recalled?
Owners can call 2019-2023 Infiniti QX30 USA customer service at 888-536-6698 or visit https://californialemonlawcenter.com/ for more information about the recall.